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Quiz 11:Populations


What is a population’s carrying capacity? the rate if a population will live or die;like natural disasters, climate change, lack of resources
What are three ways that a population can disperse over a geographic area? clumped,uniform,and randomly
What are two types of factors that greatly limit the size of a population? density dependent, density independent
What are four factors that affect the size of a population? immigration, emigration, birth, death
When the carrying capacity for a population suddenly drops, what can happen to the population? extinction; if a natural disaster occurs
define density independent despite of the density of the population,affects of the environment that limits a population's growth
what are the three patterns of dispersion? clumped, random, uniform
what is a limiting factor? the greatest effect in keeping down the size of a population.
define density-independent affected by the number of individuals in a given area
Created by: jillbill101